King's University College criminology professor Liam Kennedy dissected the popular children's TV show and shared his research in a paper just published in the journal, Crime Media Culture.
Lindsay ShepherdThis article represents the state of arts degrees so perfectly.
Choose a cultural text (e.g. TV show, film), & write a paper applying the terms "problematic", "structural barriers", "capitalism", and "neoliberalism."
Lindsay Shepherd speaks to three Canadian women who are fighting to get Bill C-16 repealed or modified, as the bill enables biological males who self-identify as women to enter female-designated spaces.
Lindsay ShepherdFor my latest article, I spoke with three of the women who are on the frontlines of the fight to get Bill C-16 modified or repealed. @JetSkiBum01@JenniferAnne_s@cawsbar
So far, not many politicians are keen to reopen the discussion on this bill.
‘I never intended to cause such anguish for the family of Pamela George and the Indigenous community, and for that I am truly sorry,’ George Elliott Clarke said
Lindsay ShepherdApologies & all else aside, it is very strange that upon finding out your friend murdered an indigenous woman (working as a sex worker) in 1995, the first thing you think to say is you admire "lots of poets who committed crimes of one sort or another."
VANCOUVER, BC: The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (www.jccf.ca) has issued a demand letter to the President of the University of British Columbia (“UBC”), warning that UBC will face legal action if it does not rescind its cancellation...
Four RSU executives are facing impeachment over an incident involving non-indigenous student performing a song from the Disney film Pocahontas.
Lindsay Shepherd"That film is definitely discriminatory against the Indigenous Peoples of Turtle Island..."
A student government impeachment scandal is unfolding over an incident where a non-indigenous student sang the song “Colors of the Wind” from Pocahontas.
The word “Nazi” gets thrown around so much on social media, often by leftists who use the term to describe “someone whose opinion I don’t like.” At what poin...
Lindsay ShepherdA recent video I've done for @TrueNorthCentre ☺️
--> At what point does name-calling become libel and defamation, spurring someone to take legal action? Is it hypocritical to be pro-free speech, but sue for defamation?
I interview @SheilaGunnReid
The Society for Academic Freedom & Scholarship has written an open letter to @UBC, as UBC has posted 3 new academic jobs that specifically discriminate against able-bodied white males.